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on consumer demand. we have to find a way to extend tax cuts and use it as a stimulus measure. we have to have it for a short enough period, two to three years, so we can get money back pumping into the economy, but not have it where it's a noose around our necks for ten, 15, 20 years. we already know this will cost about $2.2 trillion if we keep it. we can't afford it with the deficits already running over $1 trillion a year. >> i want to get back to that. it sounds like you are talking about threading the needle a bit. mark preston, 31 democrats have broken from president owe became gentleman and urged the bush tax cuts for everyone including the wealthiest americans. so is this a sign that the president's sagging poll numbers have made him a liability for all of the people heading into the mid terms, or is this just about the economic reality? >> no. i think he's certainly a liability for the 31 democrats and perhaps even more. look, president obama is still very well liked by americans when you asked them in these pin polls, but in certain parts of the country, he doesn't play well politic
. a marine expert joins us live to tell us why these sharks are in that river and if people need to be worried. but first, time now for "your money." >>> there are fresh signs of an economic recovery, but where are the jobs? welcome to "your money." i'm ali, christine is off this week. there is no green in august numbers, in fact, the jobs are down. we lost 54,000 jobs in august, but the private sector, private businesses, companies actually added 67,000 jobs. that is the holy grail. we want companies growing, we don't need government growing. companies growing means that the emphasis on economic growth has fallen where it is supposed to. steven moore is an editorial writer with the wall street journal. he is a respected sparring partner and a good friend of this show. last time you and i talked about jobs, steven, i described it as a glass one-quarter full. i stick with that assessment given today's nudews. you? >> ali, i generally agree with what you say. that's the mother's milk of the economy, so i was enkurnld cour that, and by the way, this report was more positive than oth
'll move ahead to the movies. stay with us throughout the day for latest breaking news. right now time for "your $$$$$." >> there are fresh signs of an economic recovery, but where are the jobs. welcome to "your $$$$$," i'm ali velshi christine romans is off this week. this week we got the job numbers for august. there is no green. in fact we lost 54,000 jobs in august. but the private sector, private businesses, companies actually added 67,000 jobs, that is the holy grail. we want companies growing. we don't need government growing. companies growing means that the emphasis on economic growth has fallen where it is supposed to. steven moore is a respected sparring partner and a good friend of this show. i described it as a glass one quarter full. i stick with that assessment given today's news. you sth. >> i agree with what you said. the good news is we got private sector job growth. and so i was encouraged by that and by the way this report was better than economists were forecasting. most of the job losses were the layoff of census workers. nose we those were part-time workers, we n
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